Pittsboro is a growing town soaking is southern charm that sits as the county seat of Chatham County, North Carolina. As a Pittsboro custom homebuilder we should note that the town seems to radiate around the Chatham County Court House, which stands proudly at the center of town. The town was founded in 1785 and shares county naming lineage, as Chatham County was named for William Pitt (First Earl of Chatham) and Pittsboro was named after his son, William Pitt the Younger. It's excellent location placed it in contention for both state capital and the University of North Carolina, both finding home roughly a half hour north & east respectively. The proximity to Jordon Lake, three major universities (UNC-Chapel-Hill, NC State & Duke University) and RTP research centers have given Pittsboro consistent growth, but its largest draw appears to be the Chatham Park development that is currently in the works and pictured here. If you're looking for a Pittsboro home builder contact J. Fuller Homes today, we're certain you won't be disappointed.
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